We are happy to announce the first in-person event of the Google Developers Student Club at De Anza College
The event will be hosted on Wednesday, Dec 1 from 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Location: AT 205 (first-floor room near the computer lab)
This event is being held on campus in the Advanced Technology Center (ATC). This means that if you are a De Anza student who is taking virtual CIS classes but has not set foot on our campus for over 18 months (if ever!), this is your opportunity to change all that.
Our speaker Michael Gainer has been a Senior Software Engineer with Google for almost 11 years and has done over 250 technical interviews there. He has been a back end software engineer, primarily working on Unix/Linux, for 32 years. He does not currently own a cat 🐈
The talk will start with some warm-up Q&A and proceed into a detailed discussion of how to do well in a technical software interview, as follows:
If you are NOT a student currently enrolled in a fall term On Campus Section, you must first obtain a Digital Vaccine Card and upload it with De Anza My Portal.
The instruction on how to do so is in this document.
As noted there, at first glance it seems like an involved procedure (3 pages!), but it is fairly straightforward, quick, and once completed, the campus is open to you for seminars, lectures, and classes.
In any case, we hope you can make it, as it promises to be an exciting, informative event, and a chance to share a physical classroom with a community of your De Anza student peers also interested in preparing themselves for high tech careers.
Try and register as early as possible – we are limited to 40 attendees.
And don't forget your mask :)
Senior Software Engineer
Michael has been a Senior Software Engineer with Google for almost 11 years and has done over 250 technical interviews there. He has been a back end software engineer, primarily working on Unix/Linux, for 32 years. He does not currently own a cat 🐈